Best Ireland holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Ireland
B&B & vakantiewoningen - Buitenverblijf Huiskenshof Zuid-LimburgLocated in Klimmen, 7 km from Valkenburg, B&B & vakantiewoningen - Buitenverblijf Huiskenshof Zuid-Limburg provides a garden and free WiFi.Book now
Galway Bay Sea View ApartmentsLocated on the promenade in the Salthill area of Galway, Galway Bay Sea View Apartments offer striking balcony or roof terrace views across the bay to the Clare Mountains. The large contemporary accommodation consists of free Wi-Fi and free parking.Book now
The Ripley Court HotelLess than 5 minutes' walk from O'Connell Street, The Ripley Court Hotel is close to Temple Bar and Trinity College. This central Dublin hotel offers spacious, tastefully furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and power showers.Book now
Ireland is world famous for its whiskey, great scenery and interesting cities. Year after year guests from all over the world book their holiday homes in Ireland because they want to take a break from everyday life and simply see something different. In addition, private holiday apartments in Ireland are very well suited to undertake an individual round trip through the country by car. And as individual as the country are the accommodations there, such as Apartments in Ballyhack or Holiday Apartments in Waterford. Similar to couchsurfing in Ireland, you live in accommodations that have been comfortably furnished by private individuals, so that you feel like a local right after your arrival. If you are then still in one of the enchanting cities or in the midst of spectacular landscapes, it will not be difficult for you to turn your back on everyday life and embark on the “Ireland Travel Adventure”.
Apartments in Ireland, the interesting island in the Atlantic Ocean
So if you’re looking for nice apartments in Ireland, you’ll certainly find what you’re looking for; take a look at our Holiday Apartments in Donegal in County Cork: Again, the attraction is that you have plenty of privacy and you can give your holiday a very special touch, far away from stereotypical hotel rooms. In Ireland there are many regions which are very interesting and worth seeing, e.g. the “Ring of Kerry”, the famous panorama coast which stretches over the southwest of the island for about 179 kilometres. If you like hiking, then get to know its counterpart, the Kerry Way, in any case. It starts in Killarney, is about 214 kilometres long and leads to the peninsula Iveragh.
Attractions around our apartments in Ireland
On an area of more than 70,000 kilometres, Ireland offers you an interesting wealth of facets, which you will get to know during an extensive round trip. Book your holiday home in Ireland now and soon discover the capital Dublin on the east coast. Good flight connections allow you a fast journey and historic buildings, such as the graceful Half Penny Bridge from 1819, will certainly captivate you before you start your round trip. If you want to enjoy the sweet beach life for a few hours, drive to Bray, as this seaside resort is only about 30 kilometres south of Dublin. In addition, the largest film studios in the country have been located here since 1958, the famous Ardmore studios, where the series “The Tudors” was filmed. You have just decided on our apartments in Ireland, but would also like to make a detour to England or Wales? Then have a look at our Holiday Apartments in Great Britain.
Latest reviews for places in Ireland
The place is amazing. Very clean and luxurious. Its defiantly better than hotel as you can have your privacy and freedom. I recommend this place will be back soon.Jeff reviewed 1 bedroom luxury apartment in Dublin 2
We couldn't have asked for anything more!!! Ard a Mhaoire house is fantastically charming and the location can only be described as heavenly! The village of Ardara already feels like home to me, and having this lovely cottage to stay it just made it that much more special. The house is very well equipped with every convenience you could possibly need. Spacious, clean and most of all comfortable. A true home away from home. The views of the surrounding strands are spectacular! Peaceful and serene setting, and we were even awakened to a beautiful rainbow not once, but twice! Truly magical. The only part we didn't like was having to pack up and leave. I would surely recommend this lovely property to anybody looking to relax on your own piece of the Wild Atlantic Way!Michael reviewed Ard a Mhaoire in Ardara
regrettably the booked twin room wasn't free. so we had to share a double bed. secondary the fridge for guest use smells really bad. would dare to say that nobody had cleand it up for weeks. far from that anything was fine. austin and his wife are very frindly helpfull hosts.laura reviewed 2,4,6 Person Rooms >> 4 person room in Crumlin
The place is in a quiet area and one can get to and from Dublin quite quickly (~20-30 min till city center) and even fetch a nice view of the suburban area on the way. The room has everything one needs to rest and plan the various trips that can come to mind. The kitchen serves every basic feature one can desire for breakfast or anything else. So all in all recommended for a stay!Dominique reviewed WOW Hottub B&B+Cable+ Many guests- Double Room - AMAZING VALUE ! in Crumlin